WHAT IS THE ALLIANCE OF NORTH CAROLINA BLACK ELECTED OFFICIALS
The Alliance of North Carolina Black Elected Officials (ANCBEO) is an organization designed to bring Black Elected Officials, important partners and those interested in public policy together from across the state to participate in a conference focused on social and economic empowerment and public policy initiatives that improves the African American community. The Voting Rights Act and the resulting increase in Black Elected Officials have led to African Americans serving in positions at all levels of government. With that comes the expectation that we can more effectively advance a political agenda that strengthens our community and empowers our constituencies. That includes how well we do our jobs as elected officials and how we collectively advocate for our common needs.
WHO IS THE ALLIANCE?
Members include the NC Legislative Black Caucus Foundation, the NC Conference of Black Mayors, the NC Black Elected Municipal Officials, the NC Caucus of Black School Board Members, and the NC Black County Officials. Our partners include The North Carolina State NAACP Council of Branches, the North Carolina Black Leadership Caucus, the North Carolina Association of CDCs, the NC AFL-CIO, the Prince Hall Masons, the NC AARP, the NC Association of Educators, the North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development, the State Employees Association of NC, the NC Black Publishers Association as well as Old North State Medical Society.
The Alliance of NC Black Elected Officials is a 501(c)3 organization and is approved as a tax-exempt organization. Documentation is available upon request.
The Alliance of NC Black Elected Officials